Welcome to the ATLAS Analysis Software Tutorial pages.

This area is intended to the hold material for the ATLAS analysis software tutorial held multiple times throughout the year.

This tutorial is aimed at (new and old) members of the ATLAS collaboration interested in learning the basics of ATLAS software and the latest physics analysis tools. There are several introductory lectures aimed at introducing the topics.


Tutorial Week

Follow a week-long analysis software tutorial with lectures and hands-on exercises. The new tutorial format (as of November 2022) is designed to be done in small groups and to follow an example ATLAS analysis from beginning to end. The introductory material and hands-on exercises are kept available online, so if you cannot attend a tutorial week, you can still work through the material.

While the lectures for the new in-person format are not specifically recorded for online viewing, you can still access the recorded videos from the previous online and hybrid tutorials linked below.

Tutorial week plan and exercises

Previous tutorial week videos and exercises


Upcoming/Latest Tutorial
CERN November 2022 - 15 - 18 November 2022
Previous Tutorials
Hybrid ATLAS Induction Day + Software Tutorial - 27 June - 1 July 2022
Online ATLAS Induction Day + Software Tutorial - 21 - 25 March 2022
Online ATLAS Induction Day + Software Tutorial - 29 Oct - 5 Nov 2021
Online ATLAS Induction Day + Software Tutorial - 16 - 23 July 2021
Online ATLAS Induction Day + Software Tutorial - 19 - 26 Feb 2021
Online ATLAS Induction Day + Software Tutorial - 6 - 13 Nov 2020
Online ATLAS Induction Day + Software Tutorial - 10 - 17 July 2020
CERN January 2020 - 20-24 January 2020
CERN October 2019 - 21-25 October 2019
CERN June 2019 - 3-7 June 2019


Tutorial Material

These are the hands-on exercises linked throughout each day of the tutorial week. Please see the tutorial week videos and exercises for context.

Additional Tutorials and Resources

Please see the page Further reading for a list of additional resources